What a survivor of the Florida shooting said about gun control will leave you speechless
The media has turned the shooting in Parkland, Florida into a runaway gun control train.
Survivors of the shooting are taking to cable news to make their feelings known.
And what one student said about gun control will leave you speechless.
If you only watched CNN or MSNBC, you would think every student at Majory Stoneman Douglas High school is now a gun control activist.
But not every survivor shares the anti-gun views of the liberal media.
Kyle Kashuv appeared on Fox News and blasted Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel for smearing the NRA and blaming guns when it was his deputy that was on campus and failed to stop the shooter.
The Daily Caller reports:
“It absolutely outrages me that at the CNN town hall, we had the sheriff who was virtue signaling against the NRA and against guns when he didn’t even act properly,” Kashuv stated. “The armed officer at our school waited outside with the sheriff and his men for four minutes and let my classmates die while he stood outside and waited.”
“He didn’t do his job properly, and then he turns around and says guns are the issue when he failed to act properly.”
Kashuv stated Israel “absolutely needs to resign after what happened here.”
“He failed to act on so many different levels,” he continued “And him himself is responsible for this massive failure.”
“This could have easily been stopped both by the FBI and the sheriff’s department had they acted.”
The media is deploying students who share their views as human shields in order to label anyone who disagrees with the anti-gun agenda as an immoral bully for picking on children that survived a school shooting.
But the fact of the matter is support for gun control is not universal.
And the pro-gun students have every right to speak out as anti-gun students and be treated with the same moral authority.